I can't crop part of a photo gallery graphic.
Microsoft FrontPage can only crop photo gallery images down to a certain size. If you find that your graphic is too large, you can insert it onto a blank page, crop it like you would any other graphic, and then resave and reinsert it into your photo gallery.
When I double-click a graphic to edit it in another editor, "No picture editor is configured" appears.
You must first choose the picture editor you want to use to edit your graphics. You will need to choose one for each type of graphic you want to edit. To choose the picture editor, do the following:
- In Page view, at the bottom of the document window, click Design .
- Right-click the graphic, point to Open With, and click Choose Program on the shortcut menu.
- Under Choose the program you want to use to open this file, click the graphics editor that you want for this file type, and then click OK.
If you do not see the graphics editor you want in the list, click Browse for more, locate and click the one you want, and then click Open.
Note You cannot specify a graphics editor for animated GIFs that is different from the one you set for GIFs (GIF: A graphics file format (.gif extension in Windows) used to display indexed-color graphics on the World Wide Web. It supports up to 256 colors and uses lossless compression, meaning that no image data is lost when the file is compressed.).
The graphic I inserted is not displaying in my Web site.
When I click a hot spot, it returns a 404 error message.
This can be caused by one of the following:
- The destination may have moved or may no longer exist Verify that the file exists by viewing the destination file in your Internet Web browser (if the file is on the Internet), or by using Microsoft Windows Explorer (if the file is on your hard drive or a network).
- You may not have access to the destination If the destination file is on the Internet, make sure you have a connection to the Internet.
- There may be a technical problem If you believe that the file you are linking to exists and that you have permission to link to it, try deleting your temporary Internet files.
- Open Microsoft Internet Explorer.
- On the Tools menu, click Internet Options.
- Under Temporary Internet Files, click Delete Files.
When I click a hot spot, it returns a 403 error message.
You may be trying to link to a page or directory that does not have anonymous browsing permissions.
- If the destination is on a network, contact your network administrator to ensure that you have access to the destination file.
When I am resizing a graphic in percentages, the Keep aspect ratio check box appears dimmed.
I am unable to copy a photograph from my scanner or digital camera to the photo gallery.
Some cameras and scanners require that you first install hardware drivers on the computer that you will connect the camera or scanner to. See the instructions from the manufacturer of your scanner or camera to determine if you need to do this.